Castle unveils medieval tapestry

From the BBC: Castle unveils medieval tapestry.

A tapestry that recreates part of a priceless Renaissance work of art has been unveiled at Stirling Castle.

The intricate 12ft by 14ft tapestry, entitled The Unicorn is Killed and Brought to the Castle, has taken a team of weavers four years to complete.

It forms the third part of the famous 16th century Hunt of the Unicorn series of tapestries, being recreated at the castle at a cost of £2m. [continue]

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  1. I was all set to display some semblance of both class and memory by linking up a Metafilter post about mathematicians and Unicorn tapestries and then noted the ‘via’. You are hereby appointed web custodian of materia unicornia.

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